Everything starts elsewhere

UK tour 2019

Everything starts elsewhere refers to a text by Argentinian poet Roberto Juarroz used for one of the pieces of this programme, but also to the creative process of transmission that begins in the imagination of composers, it evolves into a written form, and which is then interpreted by the musicians and reinterpreted by the public. The text also refers to the itinerant nature of music, especially for this programme that reflects music from both sides of the Channel: created on one side and performed on the other. Imagined around a new piece by Jérôme Combier, commissioned by the collective, this programme will be performed as part of our 2018-19 season at the BNU in Strasbourg before going on an exciting tour in several venues around the UK.

photo: Mathilde Blum

 

09.2    Concert - St. Cecilia’s Concert Hall, Edinburgh

10.2    Workshop - Reid School of Music, Edinburgh University 

11.2     Concert - Festival KLANG19 - Durham 

12.2    Workshop - Durham University

13.2    Concert - Westminster Theatre - Keele

14.2    Workshop - Leeds University

15.2    Concert - Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, Leeds

16.2     Concert - Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester

19.2     Concert - City University London

Music by Jérôme Combier (UK premiere), Jesse Broekman (UK premiere ),Martin Iddon, Naomi Pinnock, Gilbert Amy, John Croft, Betsy Jolas.

This project is possible thanks to Diaphonique, Franco-British fund for contemporary music in partnership with the Institut français du Royaume-Uni, the Sacem, the British Council, the French Ministry of Culture, the Bureau Export, the Institut français and the Friends of the French Institute Trust.
 
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